Resources for Network Partners
Thank you to our network partners for building healthier communities with us. Below are a few resources to help you navigate the platform, enhance your network, and learn from others just like you.
Learn from Other Network Partners
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- Extending the Reach of Local Coordinated Entry Systemsby Community Engagement Team on April 15, 2021 at 1:58 pm
This post is part of our community blog series that highlights best practices and solutions from our network partners. This post is contributed by Unite Us team members Abbie Szymanski and Erin Willis. At Unite Us, our partnerships with Coordinated Entry systems (CES) across the country demonstrate the impact of partnering trusted housing provider networks with coordinated social care networks. With the growing housing crisis in the U.S., the need for collaboration and coordination has never been higher.
- Welcome Home: Using Coordinated Care Networks to Aid Reentry and Ensure Anti-Recidivismby Community Engagement Team on March 3, 2021 at 2:51 pm
This post is part of our community blog series that highlights best practices and solutions from our network partners. Today's post is contributed by Unite Us team members Casanya Ursery and Megan Eluhu.
- Partnering with Unite Us to Address Rural Health Inequitiesby Community Engagement Team on February 4, 2021 at 2:56 pm
This post is part of our community blog series that highlights best practices and solutions from our network partners. Today's post is written with contributions from Devon Lopez, Abbie Szymanski, and Tracy Jo Ingram.
- The Power of a Coordinated Social Care Network: One Vet’s Storyby [email protected] (Brooke McConnell) on August 10, 2020 at 2:22 pm
In January 2015, Monica at Operation Troop Appreciation in Pittsburgh, PA received a phone call from a sheriff looking for help. He had been called to a local veteran’s home. The sheriff was met at the door by a distraught wife pleading for help for her husband and father of her four children. Dave had returned recently from Iraq and was frozen in the basement in the fetal position. He had suffered a traumatic brain injury while in combat and was now battling post-traumatic stress disorder, unable to engage with his family, work to support his children, or even seek the assistance he so desperately needed. This sheriff was a veteran and he knew his friend Monica could help, so he placed that critical call.
- A Chat with the VP of Community Health and Engagement at ChristianaCareby Emily Rogan on May 14, 2020 at 7:50 pm
Editor’s Note: Back in February, Unite Us spent a day with Erin Booker of ChristianaCare, our Delaware partner. We had a wonderful conversation about what motivated them to launch a coordinated care network and why Unite Us was their right choice. While the interview happened before the pandemic struck, we’re sharing it today because Erin’s words are even more relevant and striking as communities across the nation grapple with the immediate health crisis and look for an effective solution and path forward when recovery begins.